Rick Iverson  -
Brandon Tucker -

Vice President:
Steven Tomlinson -

Lindsey Heddleston

Jan Moyle -

NW Quadrant Rep:
Rick Iverson  -

SW Quadrant Rep:
Laurie Marchant -

NE Quadrant Rep:
Mary Ingle -

SE Quadrant Rep:

Dick Holland -

Austin Neighborhoods Council Rep

Tanya Quinn -

CANPAC Representatives

Mary Ingle and Bill Bednar

(Lawrence Miller as alternate)

Development Review Committee (DRC)

Steven Tomlinson -

Parks Committee

Bill Bednar and Julie Willis

Internet Server Host:
PallasArt Web Design -

Parking Permits:

Sara Pietsch, RPP Coordinator (contact for day parking passes or construction passes):

3121 Hemphill Park, Austin, 78705.

If you live EAST of Speedway:

Cynthia Bryant 309 Moore Blvd.  Austin, Texas 78705

If you live WEST of Speedway:

Patsy Tankersley      

3110 Wheeler    

Austin, Texas 78705 

Newsletter Design

The Mod Studio -

Newsletter Distribution: 

Overall Distribution: Trish Tang

Route Distributors: Debi Rivier-Harris, Don Carnes and Pat Campbill, Rick Iverson and Joe Sosa, Daphny Ainsley, Paul Kens, Carole LeClair, Vicki Ford, Alegria Hibbits, Homer Parsegian, Michael Riley, Clayton Maxwell, (with Jim and Jan Moyle as permanent subs)

Newsletter Ads:

Suzanne Pringle -

Website Editor

Brandon Tucker -

Newsletter Editorial:

Michael Gaudini -

Austin Police Department Neighborhood Liason Officers:

Gary Griffin -

About NUNA

About NUNA

NUNA is the North University Neighborhood Association in Austin Texas. Its boundaries are 38th Street to the North, 27th Street to the South, Duval Street to the East, and Guadalupe Street to the West.

The modest NUNA dues ($15 per individual, $25 per family or $10 per student) are due at the beginning of each year. Membership Dues are used for the Annual Fourth of July Parade, signs to promote NUNA meetings and events, and other expenses that occur during the year. To pay your dues, make your checks payable to NUNA and send them to:

Jan Moyle

 200 W. 32nd Street

Austin, TX, 78705 


NUNA bylaws

NUNA General Membership Bylaws

The bylaws became effective after approval by two-thirds (2/3) of the general membership present at the April 3rd, 2006 neighborhood meeting. NUNA's bylaws may be reviewed here online.

The Bylaws are in Adobe PDF format and approximately 68 KB in size.View it - download it here.


North University Neighborhood History

Learn more about the history of this area. Much of the history content was contributed by Carol Journeay, Scott Morris, and Scott Barnes, residents of the North University Neighborhood.